The Truth, Kate Middleton, and Wonder Women: New Popular Reading

Midterms are now behind us, so while you have some breathing room in between your courses, take a staycation with the help of a book from our popular reading collection located in the Main Reading Room of Mullen Library.

Some of our newest titles are listed below. Hold your cursor over the Title to see a short description of the book, or click to view the catalog record. The status of the book is shown beside the call number.

Title Author Status
The First 20 Hours: How To Learn Anything … Fast Kaufman, Josh
Mistress Patterson, James & Ellis, David
Drama High: The Incredible True Story of a Brilliant Teacher, a Struggling Town, and the Magic of Theater Sokolove, Michael
Fevered: Why a Hotter Planet Will Hurt Our Health–And How We Can Save Ourselves Marsa, Linda
Dexter’s Final Cut (Dexter) Lindsay, Jeffry P.
The Truth Palin, Michael
Solo Boyd, William
Kate: The Future Queen Nicholl, Katie
Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the Quest for Perfection Spar, Debora L.
Eat Move Sleep: Why Small Choices Make a Big Difference Rath, Tom
War Play: Video Games and the Future of Armed Conflict Mead, Corey
I Wear the Black Hat: Grappling With Villains Klosterman, Chuck
The Universe In The Rearview Mirror:How Hidden Symmetries Shape Reality Goldberg, Dave
Tamarack County Krueger, William Kent
The Mayan Secrets Cussler, Clive & Perry, Thomas
Still Foolin’ ‘Em: Where I’ve Been, Where I’m Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys? Crystal, Billy
The Violet Hour:A Novel Hill, Katherine
Strong Rain Falling Land, Jon
The Signature Of All Things Gilbert, Elizabeth
The Night Guest McFarlane, Fiona

Looking for more options? You can always see a full list of our Popular Reading books in the catalog, by searching under keyword, “CUA Popular Reading.” Happy reading!

Fun fact for the day: “The Library of Congress’ Serial and Government Publications Division contains the world’s largest collection of comic books (5,000 titles; 100,000 issues). The oldest comic book in the collection is “Popular Comics,” February 1936. The division also holds the world’s most extensive newspaper collection. The oldest original newspaper in the collection is Mercurius Publicas Comprising the Sum of Forraign Intelligence, December 29, 1659.”

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